2019 EEA Submissions for Judges

Instructions for Judging

Hello Judges and thank you for agreeing to serve as a judge in this year's competition - on behalf of our Board of Directors, we are grateful for your time and expertise.
 
Please make sure and familiarize yourself with the Judging Criteria and its corresponding Judging Spreadsheet.
Your mission is relatively straightforward:  Please download the Judging Spreadsheet and place your name at the top.  Save this locally to your computer until you are ready to submit all your scores into our office at info@acecmw.org.  Please click on each project and open the corresponding file so that you can make your review.  Once you have scored the project, close it out and move on to the next one.  This is meant to be done at your own pace, so if you get into a groove and knock them all out at once, please feel free to submit your scores when you are done.
 
Our only ask is that you get your spreadsheet back into us by November 7th at the very latest so that we have time to communicate to the winners and get the awards ordered acordingly.  Sooner is fine with us.
 
If at any time you have questions, please feel free to send a note and we can direct you accordingly.  Note that for those projects you might have knowledge of, please simply recuse yourself so that your scores will not be included in our judges scoring tally.
Once you have submitted your scores and we tabulate them, we will share with you the letters sent to the awardees.  Note that the Grand Award(s) will not be made public until the night of the gala.  As for the Gala, your efforts in judging get you two free tickets to attend if you can make it.  Please coordinate your availability to join us the evening of December 4th at the Key Bridge Marriott.
 
Thanks again for your time and have at it!
+ Mac 
Hugh "Mac" Cannon, MPA, CAE
ACEC/MW Executive Director

 

Criteria

Max. Assigned Score is out of 20

1. Uniqueness and/or Innovative Application of New or Existing Techniques
  • Does the entry demonstrate the use of a new science or a breakthrough in the general knowledge of engineering?
  • Does the entry represent a unique application of new or existing technology, techniques, materials or equipment?

2. Future Value to the Engineering Profession and Perception by the Public
  • Will the entry redefine current engineering thinking?
  • Advance a positive public image of engineering excellence?

3. Social, Economic and Sustainable Development Considerations
  • Do the solutions identified produce secondary benefits of value to the community environment?
  • Does the entrant’s approach provide society with social, economic, or sustainable development benefits?
  • Does the entrant’s contribution to the project improve the health, safety or welfare of the public or affected environment?

4. Complexity
  • Did the entrant successfully address highly complex criteria or unique problems?
  • Were extraordinary problems of site, location, hazardous conditions, project requirements, or similar elements present?
  • Did the entry require the use of out-of-the-ordinary technology or ingenuity for achievement of the project’s goals?

5. Successful Fulfilment of Client/Owner Needs
  • Did the engineer or entrant successfully engage the client/owner in the overall project development process?
  • Was it an economical and cost-effective solution?
  • How did the final cost relate to the original budget estimate?
  • How closely does the entrant’s solution meet the total goals of the client/owner?
  • Did the entrant meet the client’s time schedule?
 

Judging Spreadsheet

 

Submissions

Firm: A+F Engineers
Project: Coolidge Senior High School - Renovations + Additions
Category: Design
Complete File


Firm: A. Morton Thomas
Project: The Fields at RFK Campus
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Arup
Project: Cincinnati Museum Center
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Arup
Project: The REACH at the Kennedy Center
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Atkins
Project: Patuxent Water Reclamation Facility Expansion
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: CDM Smith
Project: Trap Rock Water Treatment Facility & Finished Water Transmission
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Clark/Parsons, A Joint Venture
Project: CSX Virginia Avenue Tunnel Reconstruction
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: EBA Engineering, Inc.
Project: Edmonston Avenue Bridge Renovation
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: EBA Engineering, Inc.
Project: Hershey's Mill Supplemental Aeration Project
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: HNTB
Project: Transform I-66 Inside the Beltway
Category: Non-Design and Design
​Complete File

Firm: M.C. Dean
Project: National Museum of the United States Army
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Michael Baker International
Project: Customer and Data Services
Category: Non-Design
​Complete File

Firm: Parsons
Project: Reconstruction of Monroe Street Bridge, NE over Railroad
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Sabra & Associates, Inc.
Project: Rapid Deployment of Vision Zero Engineering Measures
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Sheladia Associates, Inc.
Project: World Bank Group Office at Kabul, Afghanistan
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Silman
Project: Wilson Secondary School
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Stantec
Project: Second Avenue Cycle Track
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Volkert, Inc.
Project: Preservation of Aden Road Historic Truss Bridge
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: Volkert, Inc.
Project: US Route 15/29 Improvements at Vint Hill
Category: Design
​Complete File

Firm: WSP
Project: EB Wilson Blvd. over Rte. 50 (Seven Corners), Falls Church, VA
Category: Design
​Complete File
 


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